How common is intersex?
Some think the incidence of intersex traits is far higher than once thought. Dr. Carie Gabriel Costello offers a compelling argument that reveals the incidence of people born with intersex traits to be greater than one in every 150 births. He states:
“A true, conservative estimate is that more than 1 in 150 people are born with intersex bodies. In this post, I’m going to explain why the true commonplace of intersexuality is so widely underestimated. And yes, I’ll justify my 1 in 150 estimate by the end.”
Read more about what Dr. Costello says here: How Common is Intersex Status? March 13, 2012
More articles on this topic:
1) Here is another good article that talks about intersex traits and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS): Take the Red Pill: The Truth Behind the Biology of Sex
2) One more about Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Intersex: PCOS and Intersex
3) Intersex Variations and Homeopathy: Klinefelter Syndrome & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.
4) The Intersex Roadshow: Hypospadias: Intersexuality and Gender Politics
5) PCOS and Intersex: A Case for Solidarity Against The Binary By Contributors
6) PCOS and Intersex: A Case for Solidarity Against The Binary by Contributors | April 29, 2020: Body Politics, Featured, Gender and Sexuality.